Two Views from a Cage: Adjoining Cells by Katherine McDaniel

When two people settle into a pattern of behavior it becomes increasingly difficult to change habits. In some cases, it may be that those very habits are all that connect us. For some people, the simple perception that there is a pattern, a hint of a cage, will be enough to make them want to fly away. For … Continue reading Two Views from a Cage: Adjoining Cells by Katherine McDaniel

Quote for Today: Mark Helprin

I wrote a great deal of a novel, Winter's Tale, on the roof of a Brooklyn Heights tenement on Henry Street. I was a technical climber, and now and then I would put down my manuscript and get up to walk along parapets and climb walls and chimneys. --Mark Helprin